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The Calm After the Storm

Having survived cancer, a nervous breakdown and Hurricane Katrina, Bishop Paul S. Morton is spreading a message of hope in New Orleans and across the nation. read more

Be Still and Know

Contemplative prayer often has been relegated to ancient church history. But God is restoring it as a means to develop intimacy with Him. read more

Faith in Uniform

Law enforcement is a dangerous profession. That's why Christian cops take their faith seriously. read more

She's Out to Save a Generation

Karen Wheaton put her music career on the back burner and did something radical - She moved home to Alabama and launched one of the nation's most effective outreaches to teenagers. read more

The Best Place for an Oil Change

With auto mechanics on staff--and its own funeral home--Cedar Park Church in Seattle is redefining how a church can reach a community.

A greasy mechanic bends over the side of a car to replace an oil filter. A well-dressed psychologist reaches across her desk to console a grieving mother. A busy store clerk bags a blue shirt and pants and wishes the customer a good day.

These are snapshots of the changing faces of Cedar Park Church, where the definition of "church" has moved way beyond cushioned pews and Sunday school. read more

In War's Aftermath

Five years ago the U.S. invaded Kosovo to bring freedom. Today churches there are growing--but Christians who are sharing Christ with the nation's Muslim majority face a challenge. read more

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